COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL
ROBERT HA EL
PATRONS AND SPONSORS
MRS. PATRICIA WUNSCHEL
DEDICATION OP 1UIC 1 966 T^AWOC
"Go placidly amid the noise and the haste
and remember what peace there may be in sil-
ence. As far as possible without surrender, be
on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth
quietly and clearly, and listen to others, even to
the dull and ignorant; they too have their story.
With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams,
it is still a beautiful ivorld."
DESIDERATA, Max Ehrmanq
We, the class of 1966, dedicate our yearbook
to a person who is himself dedicated. Ideally,
the classroom situation reflects a never-ceasing
effort by the teacher to teach and inspire and a
continuing attempt by the student to learn. How-
ever, this is not always the case. There are the
indifferent students, and herein lies the challenge
for the dedicated teacher. The teacher sows the
seeds of motivation through patience and under-
standing but, even more, by his sincere effort.
To him, each student is an individual challenge.
Soon, apathy gives way to curiosity, confusion
steps aside for enlightenment, and drudgery
turns to delight. Learning has taken place.
At Cohasset High School, we believe that we
have such a man, and we appreciatively dedicate
our yearbook to you, Mr. Gino Di Girolamo.
COACH DIGIROLAMO: "Beat Hull'
FRANK WUNSCHEL, JR.
LINDA DAVIS ALLEN
a working girl headed towards being a medical technologist . . . Likes,
out of town boys, but desires to date a Cohasset guy ... remembers
many nights at Paragon Park ...
Basketball 2-4; Class Dance 1-4; French Club 3; Mixed Chorus 4-
A.F.S. Club 3, 4 '
MARC RICHARD ARONER
nothing . . . amateur archeologist . . . Likes, science fiction, weight-
lessness, girls . . . Dislikes, Paragon Park and the Shack . . . Suppressed
desire, to smile, say hello and carry on a conversation -. . .
Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Art Club 4
nursing . . . "That's just great!" . . . Likes, pierced ears, dancing . . .
Dislikes, apathetic people . . . music circus . . . wants to surf in Califor-
nia . . .
Softball 1; Field Hockey 4; Glee Club 1-4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Band
2-4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Junior Classical
League 3, 4; French Club 4; Majorette 1
GRETCHEN MARGARET BAKER
"Comin' down tonight" . . . banana sandwich . . . gold dust twins . . .
Beechwood Corner . . . Senior prom in '65 ... copy cats . . . certain '57
blue Chevy . . . June 19, 1964 . . .
Gymnastics Team 1 ; Nurses Aid 1
RACHEL ETTA BATES
to teach in Europe . . . "What?" . . . likes soap operas, v.w.'s . . . dis-
likes Chinese Food, straight hair . . . burning up the Home Ec. Room
. . . wants to live till 2001.
Basketball 1-4; Field Hockey, Mgr. 3, 4; Future Teachers' Club 2, 3,
4; French Club 1; Band 1-4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society
4; Yearbook 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4.
have a cigarette?'
SUSAN MARJORIE BOYT
skiing . . . letters to a certain guy . . . "Anybody
. . Paragon Park . . . tall guys . . . James Bond . . .
varsity letters in boys' basketball and track . . . trucks and drive-ins . . .
AFS Club 2. 3 treas. 4 pres.: Pep Club 1-4; Art Club 2, 3, 4; French
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook; Girls Basket-
ball 1-4; Boys Varsity Scorekeeper track, 2, 3, 4; basketball 3, 4; football
4; Powder Puff football \.
JEAN EERRIS BURGESS
"how embarrassing" ... likes driving, A's ... dislikes work, black
leather jackets . . . stalled an automatic . . . painting, sports . . . sup-
pressed desire, no comment.
Transfer student from Skipwith, Va. Entered CH S. February, 1965
Junior Classical League 3; Girls Track 4; AFS Club; Art Club; Pep
Club; Homecoming Dance Committee; Yearbook
JOANNE MARIE BURKE
ranking . . . making speeches . . . Bob Dylan . . . "But, Mr. Cohen!"
. . . Boys with a sense of humor . . . cliques . . . tackling Janet Keefe
. . . Hayes' parties . . . reading Hot Rod . . . It's Burke's Law . . .
Mixed Chorus 1-4; Glee Club 1, 2; Semsba.; Girl's track 3; Latin
Club Historian 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2-4; Literary Club
publicity editor 4; AFS Club 2, 4; Class Dance 2, 3, 4; Tessahoc 4.
CHRISTOPHER ADAM BUTLER
"Either that or ..." likes Mrs. M's pies, ... Dislikes ravers, the
route . . . trip from Duxbury with Craig, Boston and cherries, Eagle
Eye's . . . "Chopper Honda 50" ... to make honor roll once . . . The
Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Track 1-4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Band 1;
Class Dance 3, 4; Troll Yearbook Staff
PATRICIA ELLEN CALORIO
Teaching . . . "Hi darling" . . . likes Chris's flirting, talking . . . cis-
likes Italian jokes . . . Halloween of '65 . . . waiting, waiting for that
phone call ...
Field Hockey 1-4; Softball 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Class Dance 1-3;
Yearbook Staff; Vice President 2, 3, 4; Treasurer of Pep Club 3, 4
DEBORA ANNE CASEY
"Whatamin?" ... spumoni ... scooters ... trips to Troy ... "Are
you kidding me?" In Sage Hall during a fire drill ... the blue beetle
and the green machine . . . money . . . getting up early . . . swinging
doors ... "I can't — It's against my religion."
Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-3; Class Treasurer 1-4;
National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1, 2, 4; Future Teachers Club
1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Math Club 2, 4; Class Dance 1, 2, 4; A.F.S. Club
4; Yearbook Staff
ROBERT CHANDLER CLARK
"What are we doing tonight?" . . . remembers riding with Cousher
. . . Dislikes Hingham Cops and speeding tickets . . . Likes weekends,
billiards . . . desires to own his own car.
Basketball I; A V Club; Football 3, 4
PAI L COGILL
Zingado, girls in soup cans, ... six foot blondes. . . . playboy
Thanksgiving . . . girls . . . "What's new?" . . .
parties . . . the Army . . . "What do you say?" . . . blondes . . .
June 5 ... working for Tony . . . cars ... to get ahead in the world
. . . Bob's cottage . . . going out with older girls
a certain guitar . . . Mr. Cohen's history class . . . '64 Chevy Impala
... Hey, there's Damon?" ... short skirts ... driving without a
license . . . nights at Beechwood cemetery . . . gym classes ... a tele-
phone pole . . . Bob . . . "Yea, I know it."
"I've been called worse by better" ... to beat Pete at cross country
. . . the Navy . . . the wrong way around a rotary in Boston . . . non-
conformists . . . baseball ... art with Marc
Cross Country 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4
girls . . . camping . . . track . . . Dislikes, John's driving . . . skiing
. . . dating . . . camping in the truck . . . Suppressed desire, to teach
John how to drive . . .
Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Cross Country (Captain) 3, 4
ELIZABETH JOAN COLPITTS
Brown weekends . . . "up the creek without a paddle" . . . washing
my hair in a closet . . . falling in the halls . . . gym . . . California . . .
Bergson's . . . math . . . fruit flies . . . school lunches . . . Tareyton
Pep Club 2 (Secretary), 3, 4 (Vice President); Cheerleader 2-4;
Homecoming Dance (Chairman); Class Cake Sale 2 (Chairman); Night
Rallies 2, 3 (Chairman); National Honor Society 4
THOMAS WILLIAM CORDDRY
Woods Hole . . . T.A. girls . . . Blue Rambler . . . Brown U . . . "Not
if I see you first" . . . No $ $ . . . Cross Country . . . Girls Room at
C.H.S. . . . Saturday night and a flashing red light . . . Old Silver Beach
Parking lot at 12:30 . . . honor studies with Barbie and noise
Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4; Debating 2; Science Seminar Society 1-4;
National Honor Society 3, 4
DOROTHY MAY DAMON
tuna fish ... swimming ... "Do I look worried?" ...'short hair
. . . IBM operator ... a '62 Falcon . . . New Year's Eve . . . Senior
Prom parties . . . drive-ins . . . pierced earrings . . . swimming
DEBORAH ELLEN DOLAN
Paragon Park . . . Look Nardo, you say that again and I'll . . . ! ...
boys with blue eyes . . . Hayes' parties . . . one Sunday afternoon with
the Finkage . . . diets . . . Donna's Chinese food . . . the Shack . . .
vocabulary quizzes . . . "Whitehead" . . . yellow . . . "The Cove Boys"
. . . Whitney Woods . . . "The Village"
Press Club I, 2; News Club 1-4; A.F.S. Club 4; Spanish Club 3, 4;
Pep Club 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Literary Magazine (Secretary) 4;
Class Dance 1, 2, 4; Student Secretary 4; Powder Puff Football Game
4; Yearbook Staff 4.
WILLIAM EDWARD DONOVAN
To be young forever ... the Cove ... "Keating, would you?" ...
censorship ... a successful millionaire ... to have a date with A. P.
. . . tenth and eleventh grade girls . . . P.J. ... the summer
Golf 1-4; Basketball 1; Cross Country 3; Class Dance 1, 3; News Club
KATHLEEN TERESA ELLIOTT
Likes . . . Lloyd . . . Italian food . . . Lloyd . . . surfing ... 72 hour
passes . . . Dislikes . . . Navy . . . Vocabulary quizzes . . . Who's numb?
... Suppressed desire — to stay out with Lloyd until 12:30 ... Junior
Pep Club 1-4; Cheerleader 2; Track 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3; Glee Club
3; Art Club 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Homecoming Dance 4
ELIZABETH ANN FINK
Tim 32, 41 ... Whitney Woods . . . Whitehead . . . Mill Bridge
with Sudsy . . . Betty B . . . Paragon Park . . . my cup runneth over . . .
Frappe Cups . . . Janitor's jokes . . . Pink Fink . . . traitor chips . . .
Paper Store . . . diet . . . Coke 43
Mixed Chorus 3; Class Dance 4
JOSEPH ANTHONY FITZPATRICK
Yale . . . eating . . . homework . . . bowling . . . people who are afraid
to be different . . . swimming . . . fishing . . . work . . . N.H.S.
French Club 1; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Cross Country 4;
National Honor Society 3, 4
CYNTHIA ANN FLANAGAN
T.G.I.F. . . . Sunday afternoon football practices . . . crutches . . .
reading . . . proclamations in assembly . . . "What'cha doing?" . . . writ-
ing letters . . . "Bets, are you feeling all right?" . . . hectic weekends
. . . Driving to Florida . . . babysitting . . . "/all."
Latin Club 2; A.F.S. Club 4; Pep Club 4; French Club 4; FT. A. 4;
Powderpuff Football Game 4; Class Dance 4
DONNA MARIE FLINT
"Wicked!" . . . the R & G ... Scituate parlies . . . walking on glass
. . . Hyannis in 43V'2 minutes in a V.W. . . . small, fast cars . . . Mar-
shall or ? . . . making the most of it ... Bangor Maine '65 . . . Unicorn
. . . Bruce.
Pep Club 1-4; French Club 1, 2; Art Club 2, 3; Key Club 3, 4; A.F.S.
Club 1-3; Literary Magazine 3. -4; Math Club 2; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Glee
Club 1; Cheerleading 1-4
CAROL SUSAN GATES
"Hi, Legs!" . . . Mono, . . . F.F. . . . T.V. . . . Willy . . . George . . .
antique cars . . . stone walls . . . '35 Plymouths ... M & M fights . . .
barefoot in the Pancake House . . . burning out emergency brakes . . .
a lamb's eye for lunch . . . Suppressed desire to own a model of A deluxe
roadster . . .
Field Hockey 2-4; Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-4; French Club 1-3; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 1-4; Art Club 2-4; Student Council
4; Marshal 4; Key Club 4; Pep Club 2
playing rummy/ . . . Could that be Santa on the roof? But it's only
July!" ... Sergio ... putting on piano recitals ... working at the
park . . . typing classes . . . anything south of the equator . . . Nancy's
18th birthday party ... to visit Chile again . . .
A.F.S. Student in Chile; Class Treasurer 2, 3; Math Club 1-4; French
Club 3, 4; Troll 3; Junior Classical League 3; SEMSBA 3; A.F.S. Club
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4
MARY CATHERINE GOODFELLOW
going to Boston . . . apartment parties . . . carrying dishes in suitcases
. . big family . . . Brighton . . . High Times . . . out of town friends
. . working as a nurse . . . summer of '65 ... paying bills . . . Bingo
. . Janet and June
Transfer from Brighton High; Spanish Club 4
MAUREEN ANN GREENE
"Aw, do we have to push it again?" . . . Ambitions, to travel . . . the
Cape . . . long hair . . . Idiots . . . the Cove . . . Dislikes, a certain car,
a small going away party for Ed? ... the Village . . . the janitor and
Marky Maypo . . . Burbridge's pool . . . Surpressed desire, to get a new
starter in "Sam" . . . Sandy Beach . . . Whitney Woods
Mixed Chorus 1, 4; Future Teachers Club 2; Pep Club 2; Spanish Club
3, 4; Class Dance 4; Literary Magazine 4
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HAGAN III
"Huh?" . . . freshman girls . . . touch football . . . red hair . . . learn-
er's permit test . . . times . . . golfing . . caddying . . . Surpressed
desire, to be a professional golfer . . . Ben Franklin and Nathaniel
Golf 1-4; Basketball 3, 4; Cross Country 4
ROBERT EBEN HALL
"Come on, think it over!" . . . Likes, long hair on both sexes, Mrs.
M's pies . . . Dislikes, Morrissey Boulevard and woman drivers . . .
Squashing Chris . . . shopping carts . . . bombing bald eagle ... the Red
Lion . . . various accidents . . . Surpressed desire, to wheel into school
on a Harley 1200 with no mufflers
Football 1; Basketball 1; Golf 1, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4;
Marshal 3, 4; Band 1; Student Council President 4; Mass. Boys' State
Representative 3; Class Dance 3, 4
meatball sandwich . . . cross Country ... '59 Chevy . . .
Cohasset G.C. . . . drawing moustache . . . Mr. Cohen's jokes .
girls ... curly hair ... "Which way now?" ...
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Latin Club 3, 4; Cross Country 4
. . Soph.
EDWARD LEE HARKNESS
Likes, to travel especially to South America . . . spends summers far
from Cohasset . . . "There will be a yearbook meeting . . . !" ... eye-
brows with Spanish accents . . . skiing . . . pop art ...
Football 1-4; Track 1, 2; Class Dances 1-4; A.F.S. Club 1-4; Junior
Classical League 3, 4 (Pres.); Literary Magazine 4; Yearbook Staff
WILLIAM DAVID HOBBS
basketball practice . . . "Yuh, I know it!" . . . swimming in Maine at
2 a.m. . . . picking up V.W. while at a stop light . . . girls ... to be
Band 1-4; Basketball 1. 4; Baseball 4; Football 4
BETSY ANNE HOOPER
victory parades . . . "Oh, drat!" . . . Chinese fire drill . . . Goose Rock
Beach ... baby sitting at beach ... rainy football games ... T-Birds
. . . senior dragon . . . music circus parties . . . fruit flies . . . onions . . .
Student Council 3, 4; Future Teachers 4; Cheerleading 1-4; Band 1-4-
A.F.S. Club 4; Pep Club 1-4; Class Dance 1-4
MARTHA OSBORNE INGRAM
'65 horse shows . . . leaky tents ... a hat? . . . motorcycles . . . any-
thing cheap . . . TR 4 . . . parties . . . trips to Falmouth . . . Leslie and
Sally . . . sundown boat rides in channel . . . Connecticut College
Art Club 4; French Club 4; Marshal 4; Cheerleader 4; National Honor
JOHN SCOTT ISABELLE
playing the organ . . . crazy nights in a tent ... far away places . . .
"What a night" . . . N.H. . . . fishing . . . Phil's driving . . . listening
to radio . . . nights at the beach . . . early hours . . . dances
Transfer from Whitman; Cross Country 1-3; Track 1-3; Troll 4; Class
CATHARINE JEAN JACKMAN
"I guess!'' ... "Unbelievable" ... Likes, being tall, music, dancing,
sports . . . knock down fist fight with certain girl . . . trying to push a
car until 2 a.m. . . . riding through Virginia with my legs out the back
Pep Club (President) 1-4; Future Teachers 1-4; French Club 2; A.F.S.
Club 3, 4; Junior Classical League 3, 4; Art Club 1-4; Key Club 3, 4;
Basketball 1-4; Track 1, 3; Class Secretary 2-4; Class Dance 1-4; Year-
book Staff 4
ROBERT WARREN JACKSON
"Botch and G.A." . . . "What is it? A party!!!" . . . Libbies cowardice
. . . stealing cherries ... ice machines ... ski trips . . . lawns . . . staying
out of trouble ... the beach ... art work at Scituate High
Band 1-3; Football 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Student Council 2, 3
LAURENCE STEPHEN JAMES
working . . . giving orders ... the garage . . . "Where's the fire?"
. . . shutting the doors of C.H.S. . . . shiny cars ... the Ford . . . driving
through a garage door . . . Fred's Gulf . . . past basketball manager . . .
Basketball (Manager) 1
SALLY HASTINGS JENKS
To ride at Madison Square Garden . . . "No kidding" . . ,
hair, horses, motorcycles, strawberry sodas, big, big parties
lunch lines, slow drivers . . . trips to Falmouth and Babson
parties ... to be 21 ... to own my own motorcycle . . .
Cheerleading 3, 4; Math Club 1-4; French Club 1, 2; Art Club 4;
A.F.S. Club 4; Pep Club 1-4; National Honor Society 4
. . . pajama
PHILP OSCAR JOHNSON
Police Officer . . . "She's not bad" . . . John's driving . . . New Hamp-
shire with the Colettis . . . trips to Boston . . . walking to Hull . . .
cars . . . music . . . meeting girls . . . coach of girl's swimming team . . .
Cross Country 1, 2; Track 2, 3; Band 1-3; Glass Dance 1-3; Audio
Visual Club 4
JUSTIN GREGORY JOSEPH
"Not bad!" . . . locked someone in the new jail? . . . victory parades
. . . foreign sports car ... "I passed!" . . . shooting pool, playing cards,
and collecting match box covers . . . likes girls . . .
Football 4; Class Dance 2-4
THOMAS DANIEL JOYCE
"Hey, C . . . !" ... "This town is dead" . . . Likes, just about anything
. . Dislikes, snobs . . . loafing . . . wishes to join the Japanese Air Force
. . hanging around . . . trips to the Cape . . . cards . . .
A.V. Club 1, 2; Class Dance 1-3; Golf 2, 3, 4
ALLEN FRANCIS KEATING
"Quarterback sneak on #1" . . . riot on a Hull victory parade
Likes, girls, food, and weekends . . . watching fights . . . parties
playing cards . . . Beat Hull . . .
Golf 1; Baseball 2-4; Basketball 1-4; Class Dance 1-3; Football 4
"Can I get out of my cage now?" . . . gym classes ... a certain party
and a "peanut" . . . driving on a loader! . . . pizza and spaghetti . . .
pony and bull . . . acrobatics . . . Suppressed desire, to beat the men
faculty at field hockey . . . Career, nursing
Field Hockey 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 4; Pep Club 4; French Club 4;
Marshal 3 4; Girl's Track 1, 3, 4; Class Dance 4
CONSTANCE ELIZABETH LANE
Hawaii . . . eyes like Noreen Cochran . . . "When I get home I'm going
to get killed!" .. parties ... sunrise at Nantasket Beach ... Logan
Airport . . . dances . . . "Oh. I'll do it later" . . . Beechwood . . . Secre-
Pep Club I; News Club 2; Future Teachers 2; Glee Club 2-4; Mixed
Chorus 2, 3
horses . . . Brillo celebration . . . writing 20 page letters . . . trips to
Ohio . . . driving past Gun Rock . . . "Bet your Booties" . . . Bob Dylan
. . . conformists . . . with Bootie and Nancy . . . one party . . . lovely
Spanish Club 4
DEBORAH ANN LeDOUX
driving . . . camping . . . the expressway . . . small cars in big parking
spaces . . . Hough's Neck at 10 o'clock . . . "ya know" . . . physical
therapist . . . Australia . . . sewing . . . Ambition, to be a success
A.F.S. Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Literary Magazine 4
ROSE ANNE INES LENCHEWSKI
Wishes to work with languages . . : "He's so sweet" . . . Likes, re-
ceiving letters, parties . . . Dislikes, writing letters, homework, vegetables,
being called Rosie, field hockey . . . Drive-in with 8 girls, Help! . . .
wishes to come back to C.H.S.
A.F.S. student from Uruguay; French Club 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Pep Club
4; Student Council 4; Class Dance 4; Yearbook Staff 4
DENNIS MICHAEL LIBBY
"You want to jammit" . . . Mrs. M's pies . . . Dislikes, first dates, back
injuries . . . Likes, girls with long hair . . . going to New York with Paul
. . . Paragon Park . . . dances in Scituate . . . Hobby, keeping guys out
of trouble . . . Suppressed desire, to sing without getting ranked . . .
"The Crew" . . .
Football 2-3; Basketball 2-4; Track 2-4; Class Dance 4; Class Play 4;
Yearbook Staff 4
JOHN LEE MAGNESS MARSH
"C'mon Chris, just one more name" . . . football . . . hockey . . .
crutches . . . the machine . . . four years to get to French III ... morn-
ing hockey practice ... ski trip . . . laughing at lunch . . . the hungry's
. . . "Hello men" . . . the boat ... to be tough . . .
Football 1-4; Baseball 2-4; Hockey 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Student Council
L, 2; Class Dance 3, 4; Class Car Wash 3, 4; Troll 4; Yearbook Staff 4
RODERICK EVENS MARTIN
morning hockey practice
with the boys . . . Spanish .
bolting from Cathay Center
ney Woods . . .
Football 1-4; Track 1-4; Hockey 3, 4; Spanish Club 3
"Whose buying tonight'
Eddie's Diner at 5 a.m.
. 2:32 bell . . . skiing . .
. . at the Cove
. the beach . . .
r.i\ ipg in Whit-
Class Dance 4
ELIZABETH JANE McCARTHY
Likes, talking, walks along Duxbury Beach
... Dislikes, height!?, working at A&P,
. . "Mr. Di, I don't understand!'.' . . . run-
ning down the middle of 3A at midnight with C.C. and L.H.
Basketball 1, 2, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Mixed Chorus
(Accompanist) 1-4; SEMSBA 3, 4; District Chorus 4; Spanish Club 2,
3; Pep Club 3; Majorette (Captain) 1-4; Girl's State Representative 4
hopes to be a nurse . .
with CM., chewing gum
marching at football games
MIDDLETON KING McGOODWIN
dislocated shoulder . . . girls, sports, and parties . . . "Drop dead" . . .
the 100 in 9.1 ... Mr. Cohen and his jokes . . . getting locked in jail
. . . cold pizza ... a certain senior girl . . . catching a streak pass . . .
loafing . . . track meets . . . class meetings . . .
Football 1-4; Basketball 2-4; Track 1-4; Key Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus
3, 4; SEMSBA 3; Class Dance 1-4; Class President 1-4; Marshal 1-3 (Cap-
DANIEL, McLAREY JR.
to travel around the
getting out of school . .
to do this weekend?" . .
world a few times . . . Likes, girls, cars and
. Dislikes, homework, C.H.S. rules . . . "What's
. wishes to move out of Cohasset . . .
LINDA MAY McWILLIAMS
WMEX . . . Hull victory parades . . . movies . . . talking on the phone
. . . "Gee, I didn't realize it was so late!" . . . two-timers . . . Navy and
Marines . . . someday, a car . . . wearing down batteries . . . Bill . . .
Transfer from Hull; Future Nurses 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus
3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Class Dance 4
ELIZABETH LUMBARD MERCER
to be a math teacher . . . "Be serious!" . . . Likes, Cohasset boys, the
tank . . . Dislikes, ketchup, class meetings . . . cheering in front of WBZ
studio sundeck . . . slumber parties . . . feeding the crew all the time . . .
Cheerleader 1-4; Track 1, 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1-4; Glee Club 1, 2; Pep
Club 1-4; F.T.A. 2, 3; French Club 2-4; Math Club 1-4; Class Dance 1-4;
National Honor Society 3 (President) 4; Class Play 4
VALERIE ANNE MORRISON
long hair . . . Haverhill . . . falling down auditorium stairs in front
of 200 people '. . . short lunches . . . the ocean . . . snowy winters . . .
freckles . . . green . . . jump rope with Barb . . . tall boys . . . Cape
French Club 1, 2 (Vice-President) 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Future
Teachers Club 3 (President) 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Literary Magazine
4; Class Dance 1-4; Glee Club 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Softball 1; Basket-
ball 3, 4; Powderpuff Football Game 4; Student Secretary 4
CRAIG DAVIDSON MUIR
"How's it going?" . . . Renumbers, S.H.S. and Hayes' . . . Likes, Mrs.
M's pecan pies . . . Paul's driving . . . Chris's names . . . laughing at
lunch . . . play in Bowl Game . . . the Crew . . .
Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Hockey 3, 4; Track 1-4; Band 1, 2; Mixed
Chorus 3, 4; Class Dance 4; Key Club 4; Literary Magazine 4; Class
Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4
EDWARD WILLIAM MULHERN
"Look at the . . . !" ... the Cove and playing cards . . . Dislikes, cups
. . nights not working . . . vacations at White's ... to go to Harvard?
. . Scituate parties . . . Suds . . .
Golf 1-4; Basketball 1; Football I, 3, 4
DONNA MARIE NARDO
clamming at -4 a.m. . . . Charlie . . . "I'm not a little girl" . . . building
sand castles in a prom gown . . . blue . . . doubling with Patti and John
. . . sodas . . . staying in Friday nights . . . Cohasset Harbor one summer
night . . . sandbags . . . Goldfinger . ...
Basketball 1; Press Club 2, 3; Majorette 2, 3; A.F.S. Club 2, 3; Pow-
derpuff Football Game 4; Class Dance 1-4; Student Secretary 3, 4; Year-
book Staff 4
VINCENT NARDO JR.
"Anytime, try me" . . . Likes, the tank, Mrs. M's pies, parking and
girls, my shower, beards . . . Dislikes, riding with Paul, the route . . .
paint at S.H.S. . . . rides with Chris . . . times at Whitney Woods . . .
The Inn ... to steal a girl from Paul . . . the Crew . . .
Football 1-4; Basketball 1; Golf 1; Track 2-4; Student Council 1-3
(Vice-President) 4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Key Club 4; Troll 4; Class Dance
2-4; Class Play 4; Yearbook Staff 4
MARY DOUGLAS NISULA
teacher . . . "Great, just great" . . . Likes, Hondas, guitars . . . Dis-
likes, roads in Hingham, the name G.G. . . . smashed into milk truck . . .
things with Sally, Martha, and Leslie . . .
Basketball 1; Mixed Chorus 2, 3; Troll 2, 3; French Club 2; A.F.S.
Club 2-4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Art Club 3. 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Class Play 4;
Class Dance 4
KEVIN PATRICK O'BRIEN
"Up the river, down the road, let OB take you to your Maker, for
he's our friendly undertaker!" . . . Friday nights at Sandy Beach . . .
sports . . . Brillo! . . .
Track 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1-4; Football 3, 4; Marshal 3, (Co-
Captain) 4; Key Club 4; Class Dance 3, 4
PAMELA HARTLEY PATTYSON
"Let's motivate!" ... that was the week that was ... 3 a.m. and
J.B. . . . Likes, rainy days at the beach, suede jackets, Scituate, a certain
brown Chevy . . . Dislikes, Monday mornings ... to ride an elephant
to Bergson's . . .
Pep Club 1, 2; Glee Club 1-3; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Literary Magazine 4;
Basketball 1, 2; French Club 1; Class Dance 1, 3
BARBARA ANNE PHIPPEN
chalk on Tom C.'s head . . . short boys . . . boys who can't dance . . .
"Shame, shame, shame." . . . Hull . . . boys' locker room during exams
. . . football . . . horse paths at night ... oh, to be five feet tall . . .
Trinity . . . "Let's be charitable" . . .
Cheerleading 1, 2; Track 1, 3, 4 (Business Manager); Pep Club 1, 2;
Glee Club 1-4; Mixed Chorus 2-4; Future Teachers 2-4; French Club
2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3, 4; Math Club 1-4; S.E.M.S.B.A. 2-4; District 3,
4; National Honor Society 3, 4
VICTOR HUGO PIMENTEL
"Hen pecked?" ... art ... a telephone pole . . . the Red Lion . . .
football and sports ... a certain car . . . desires to kick a field goal . . .
Dislikes, trig., French, Saturdays before a game . . . J.B. . . .
Press Club 1; Class Dance 1-3; Class Play 4; Basketball 1-4; Football
1-4; Track 2-4; Art Club 4.
LYNDA JOAN PRENTICE
brown eyes . . . wearing a "bikini" at Sandy Beach . . . writing letters
. . . red corvettes . . . showers . . . seat belts and stick shifts . . . G.B.
and the big "yes" . . . "No joke" . . . water skiing . . . sleep . . . long
distance colleges ...
Glee Club 2; Art Club 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; Class Dance 4.
JUNE LEE RAUTIALA
Horse show . . . school lunches . . . parties in Scituate and Hingham
. . . "Oh well, what are you going to do about it?" . . . lost in Boston
. . . XK-E's . . . skin diving . . . Monday morning . . . tennis . . . five
in an Austin-Healy . . . week in New York . . .
Tennis 4; Press Club 2; Art Club 1, 2
MARK ANTHONY REARDON
Bergson's ... not being on time ... to be a millionaire . . . swim-
ming in March ... girls ... "Want a belt in the mouth?" ... long
hair . . . B.C. . . . speeding . . . snow skiing and water skiing . . . cars
Class Dance 3, 4
DOREEN ELEANOR REESE
Summer '65 ... Saturday nights . . . goatees . . . algae cultures . . .
Sugar and a half." . . . sleighrides . . . campus life . . . dead frog in a
principal's office . . . skateboarding into a teacher . . . lost in Greenwich
Village . . . Yale games . . .
Transfer from Southbury High; Debating Society 2-4; Science Seminar
2-4; Class Dance 2-4; Pep Club 2-4; Mixed Chorus 3, 4; French Club 3,
4; Key Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4;
Basketball (Manager) 3;. Yearbook Staff; National Honor Society 4;
Tuft's University 3
WILLIAM HARRY RHODES
Likes, dates with girls . . . "That's right'
photographing . . . football with Crusher .
. . racing cars . . . Navy
become a success . . .
VELMA ANN ROSE
New York City . . . sad music . . . "Miss Babaian, I just can't do that!"
. . . cynics . . . Bayonne, New Jersey . . . writing letters . . . Gene Pitney
. . . graveyard walks , at pajama party . . . with Sandy ... art class . . .
French Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Future Teacher's
Club 3, 4; A.F.S Club 4; Literary Magazine 4; Spanish Club 4; Class
Dance 2, 4
BRADFORD BLACKBURN ROYER
to be a chemist . . . "Go Babbas" . . . Likes, motorcycles, fireworks
. . . make a yarder . . . swimming . . . Dislikes, physics . . . the amuse-
ment park . . . drawing. . . . chemistry ... do what I want . . .
MARK JOSEPH SALVADOR
"I am going down to Scituate this weekend" . . . incites riots with Pat
and Allen . . . Bentley College . . . crazy to let Crusher drive me home
. . . Florida . . . Scituate parties . . .
Football 3, 4; Mixed Chorus 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4
MICHAEL EDWARD SAVAGE
Roughing it in Maine . . . I'm broke" . . . staying alive . . . Woodie's
watching field hockey . . . New York . . . John's driving
. . passing French II ... Columbia Point at night . . . foreign service
. . learning to ddnce ...
Press Club 1; Golf 1; Basketball 3; Troll 4; Class Dance 4
"Where's G.A.?" . . . fun . . . girls . . . wolf . . Mrs. M's cooking
. . . "I'm going to be serious with you!" . . . Ralph's . . lawns . . . golf
. . . swimming . . . doing hurdles in 13 seconds . . .
Press Club 2, 3; Football 1, 2, 4; Track 1-4; Marshal 4; Student Coun-
cil 4; Key Club 4
"Rose" "Flower Girl"
to bloom forever . . . ravioli, spaghetti, and Elvis Presley . . . "Tony —
you're mean and cruel" . . . rescuing Patti from drowning in the sand . . .
"Hi Lover" . . . wading at Nantasket . . . "Tony's coming over Friday-
night" . . . monster movies ... "I leave C.H.S. to the Sons of Italy and
anyone who really wants it" . . .
Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-4; French Club 3; A.F.S. Club 3; Pep Club
3, 4; Class Dance 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Junior Classical League 1, 2
CRAIG MICHAEL SIMEONE
guitars . . . "Hi Knute" .
deny playing chicken on 3 A"
Cape . . . boots . . . fast cars
Hammond organs . . . crewcuts ... "I
surfing . . . playing the guitar down the
. working at Hugo's . . . the Alpha . . .
N.H.S. studies . . . Smith . . . "Barbie, have you done the math yet?"
. . . school lunches . . . Idaho . . . being kissed on the hand . . . Tom
Cs puns . . . cruising ... a N.H.S study with Barbie that's quiet . . .
swimming . . .
National Honor Society 3, 4; French Club 1-4; Junior Classical League
3, 4; Art Club 2-4; A.F.S. Club 1-4; Troll 2-4; Math Club 1-4; Science
Seminar 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3; Class Dance 1-4; Class Play
SUSAN MARGARET SKEHAN
a vacation . . . "Real sharp!" . . . walking into Bergson's with pajamas
on . . . taking it easy . . . curly hair . . . pushing a car down Pond Street
. . . tennis . . . sports cars ... to get an "A" in math . . . sewing . . .
Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-3; Tennis 2-4; Pep Club 4; Marshal 4;
Spanish Club 3, 4; Art Club 4; A.F.S. Club 4; Key Club 4; Class Dance
1, 2, 4; Powder Puff Football Game 4
PAUL ANDREW SMITH
a commercial artist . . . Likes, parties, 2:32, shack without B.B., blondes
with long hair . . . Dislikes, cold nights down the Cove, staying after for
late passes ... "Deal will you!" ... threw a boat off Hugo Kimballs
. . . wishes to eat a whole lunch during X-period in room 203 . . .
Football 4; Basketball 1,3; Literary Magazine 4
RICHARD DANA SMULLEN
retire . . . "Cut that out will you Ralph?" . . . Colgates . . . pinball at
the park . . . collecting butterflies . . . chicken eggs . . . street signs . . .
sacrifice to beauty ...
ELIZABETH ANN SOULE
"Betty Ann" "Jo"
pushing V.W.'s . . . going to Hayes' party as a Jap ... Bergson's . . .
Cape Cod . . "Aw, will you turn it off?" ... a "55 blue and white
Ford . . . with Finkage, Moe. and Sam . . . snacks at the Shack . . . sand
fleas . . . "Fine with me." . . . Cove . . .
Basketball 1; Spanish Club 3, 4; Press Club 1; Mixed Chorus 4; Class
GERARD JOSEPH STANTON JR.
peanut butter sandwiches . . . "Brillo" . . . counting points . . . Brown
one . . . gray hair . . . lawnmowers . . . play for the Celtics . . . working
for the Brown one . . . basketball . . . school . . .
Basketball 1-4; Stage Crew 1-4; Audio Visual Club 1-4; Press Club
3; Class Dance 1, 2
BARBARA KATHRYNE STODDARD
a two week Brillo celebration . . . "You better believe it!" . . . tur-
quoise . . . shut in maid's closet in New York . . . girls' white sneakers
. . . show-offs . . . watching at the Schaeffer Pavillion . . . loafers in
the harbor . . . "Yuh" ... to become a Panda bear . . .
Basketball 1-4; Softball 1-3; Pep Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 4
SUSAN ELIZABETH TAYLOR
Mr. Cohen's history classes . . . walking to Beechwood in a snow
storm . . . hanging around Paragon Park ... "I can walk by myself!"
. . . boys . . . school ... to be allowed in Beechwood again ... to pass
science . . . blizzards . . .
PAUL MICHAEL VERROCHI
"Wanna go?" ... I knew it . . . Mrs. M s pies . . . Dislikes, the route
nutty girls . . . going to New York with Dennis and watching him lose
his glasses in the Atlantic ... the crew . . .
Football 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Track 1-4; Mixed Chorus 4; Band 2, 3;
Literary Magazine 4; Class Dance 4; Class Play 4; News Club 1, 2;
Yearbook Staff 4
NANCY ELZE WHIPPLE
wants to have an apartment in New York City . . . Likes, contact
lenses, beating boys at ping-pong, my Oldsmobile . . . Dislikes, bright
lights, cold weather, physics lab . . . ' You don't know the half of it."
. . . took physics . . .
Basketball 1; Literary Magazine 2; Mixed Chorus 2; A.F.S. Club 2-4;
French Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4
ANN LOUISE WIGGINS
"Me, slow!?" ... that was the week that was ... Likes, chocolate
ice cream cones, Scituate parties . . . Dislikes, intellectuals . . . wants to
be good . . . Buick 4-speed station wagon . . . Desires to pass algebra . . .
Pep Club 1-3; A.F.S. Club 2, 3; French Club 1, 2; Class Dance 1
(Chairman), 2, 3; Mixed Chorus 1
ANDREA JEAN WOOD
ranks . . . breaking windows with R.T. and J.S. . . . "Do we have
practice today?" . . . cuke fights at McDonalds . . . shoes ... to drive
the M.G. in the halls . . . diets ... a certain chemistry teacher . . . "Boy,
isn't he cute?" . . . driving ... to be happy and rich . . .
Student Council 1-3; Field Hockey 1-4; Basketball 1-4; Softball 1, 2;
Tennis 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2; Future Teachers Club 1-4; Mixed Chorus
1-4; Glee Club 1
JAMES HARRY BATES
"I'm sick of English Class'* . . . cars . . . girls . . . desires to own a '53
Studebaker . . . Likes, weekend parties . . . Dislikes, school, English class,
winter . . . sleep until noon . . .
THOMAS LINWOOD WILES
apartment in Boston . . . pincurlers . . . Rhode Island . . . hunting . . .
Greece or Cyprus . . . swimming . . . women drivers . . . wants to drive !
. . . "Alright, what kind and how much" . . . girls . . . fast cars . . . flip-
tops . . .
SENIOR/ OA££ OFFICERS
Vin, Coach Dorr, Craig
Coaches: Mr. Dunn, Mr. DiGirolamo, Mr. Dorr, Mr. Collins
'Hold on Rod, we're coming!'
Chug, chug, chug, chug, CHUG"
Yea, we beat them!'
The 1965 girls' field hockey team this year
amassed a 2 win — 4 loss — 5 ties season.
Coached by Miss Babain and captained by Carol
Gates and Sue Skehan, the team stressed defen-
sive play. Although beaten by Hanover, Thayer,
Bridgewater-Raynham and Scituate, the team
came back with victories against West Bridge-
water and Norwell.
The girls were part of a most unusual season.
Collecting five ties against Hull, Holbrook, East
Bridgewater, Duxbury, and Marshfield, the
1965 season was known as the "Year of the
Tie." The highlight of the season was the last
game against Marshfield. With spirits running
high, the game ended in a deadlock: a 1-1 tie.
Marshfield then went on to beat previously
undefeated Hanover. However, the tie with
Cohasset kept the Marshfield team from first
Even though the girls failed to attain a
winning season, all agreed it was a lot of fun.
Kneeling, lejt to right: N. Crolius, D. Block, A. Noonan, J. Skehan, N. Sencabaugh, D. O'Connell
Standing, lejt to right: R. Bates, Manager; E. Fitzpatrick, P. Dowding, D. Byrnes, A. Leonard, M. Calorio, B. Reynolds, M. A. Higgins.
S. Leonard, Manager
Left to right: Danny Brennock, Lee Aroner, Paul Coletti. Ian Kerr.
Peter Coletti, Tom Corddry, Joe Fitzpatrick
WOUECOW£ DANCE . . .
. . . BETTY CROWED OUEEN
Kneeling: N. Edminster, W. Judd, P. Murray, J. Hobbs, T. Butler
Standing: R. Snowdale, S. Stovold, T. Keating, J. Hagan, D. Hassan
First Row: W. Woomer, M. Timpany, J. O'Donnell, D. Mitchell, J. Longo, D. Rogers.
Second Row: D. Brennock, D. Simeone, D. Killinger, G. Ainslie, E. Aroner
Cohasset High School Ice Hockey Team
Coach: Mr. McDermott
Although it was only their second year, Cohas-
set's young team had a very respectable record of
2-4-2. With only 5 starters leaving, the team re-
turns next year to hope for even better crowds
and a better record. Some of the standouts this
year were: Goalie: Jim Farren, Wings, Carl Mar-
tin and Rod Martin, Centers, Jay Graham and
Tom Hall and Defcnsemen, Greg Logan, John
Marsh and Duncan Cameron.
Hockey Scores '66
Hingham 3 CHS 3
Weymouth CHS 5
Canton 6 CHS
Hingham 6 CHS
Scituate 2 CHS 3
Thayer 3 CHS 5
Scituate 5 CHS
senior, wac cmc
Seated 1 to r: M. Golden, L. Whipple, B .Hooper, R. Hall, V. Nardo, C. Gates, S. Tibbetts, F. Broderick Row 2: M. Joyce, T.
Watson, C Davis, M. Grimes. L. Ripley, J. Skehan, S. Luckey, S. Morrison Row 3: E. Crosby, B. Sawchuk, R. A. Lenchewski,
T. Carlson, W. MacLaughlin
Seated I to r: S. Luckey, C. Gates, V. Nardo, D. Flint, D. Reese, D. Casey, B. Phippen Row 2: N. Whipple, B. Mercer, S.
Jenks, C. Jackman, K. Bailey, J. Henderson, H. Kingsland, J. Anderson Row 3: M. McGoodwin, C. Muir, S. Stovold, J. Fitz-
patrick, B. Sawchuck, K. O'Brien
NATIONAL WONOR, SOCIETY
Seated I to r: S. Scott, R. Bates, T. Corddry, B. Mercer, C. Gates, N. Whipple, B. Colpitts, B. Phippen Row 2: D. Casey, S.
Burns, D. Reese, C. Wheelwright, E. Fitzpatrick, S. Jenks, M. Ingram, E. Singer Row 3: S. Boyt, R. Hall, R. Kingsland, G. Boyt,
M. Luckey, J. Fitzpatrick, W. Bates
Seated I to r: C. Gates, S. Skehan, M. Ingram, M. McGoodwin, K. O'Brien, S. Stovold, S. McCormick, K. Kiley Row 2: R.
Jackson, B. Protrulis, C. Chamberlain, N. Edminster, B. Sawchuk, D. Hassan, Mr. Cohen Row 3: J. Keefe, M. Luckey, G. Boyt,
B. Hall, S. Stovold ,
UTERARV MA&ZiNB CLUB
Sealed I to r: P. Smith, D. Orr, E. Harkness (Treasurer), D. Dolan (Secretary), E. Singer (Editor), P. Hitt, J. Burke, S. Mclntyre,
Row 2: Mr. MacDonald, B. Royer, J. Henderson, J. Orwell, D. LeDoux, V. Rose, K. Towsley, S. Morrison, P. Bloomfield, P.
Singer Row 3: J. Corddry, V. Morrison, J. Crosby, P. Hobbs, G. Dormitzer, M. Savage, B. O'Hayre, D. LeDoux
Sealed I to r: V. Rose, C. Gates, N. Crowlius, E. Singer, L. Whipple, S. Fink, M. Ingram, B. Reardon, S. Skeehan, P. Hill, P.
Singer, Row 2: Mr. Lucas, K. Towsley, A. Leonard, J. Burke, P Bloomfield, K. Davis, K. Elliot, M. Nisula, H. White, S. Jenks,
Row 3: E. Caulloffe, D. Reese, J. Gleason, L. Emanuello, W. Bates, J. Burgess, C. Wheelwright, J. Boyer, P. Burke, M. Grimes,
Row 4: M. Aroner, I. Kerr, D. Orr, K. Jackman, S. Boyt, D. Flint, J. Crosby, E. Crosby, J. Coddry, T. Watson
Seated I to r: B. Hooper, M. A'Hearn, B. Phippen, C. Jackman. V. Morrison. M. O'Donnell. S. Morrison, L. Henderson
Row 2: C. Tibbetts, C. Flanagan. A. Hathaway. P Hall. B. Scott. J. Marks. G. Carraher. D. Infusino. M. Higgins Row 3:
J. Corddry, M. Anderson, S. Stovold. J. Souther. G. LeBeau. «C. Ford. J. Marks. A. Woods. R Bates. S. Mrintyre, E. Kelle-
her. M. Pearson
Seated I to r: B. Hooper, S. McCormick, K. Mulcahy, H. Mitchell, S. Devin, S. Boyt, E. Harkness.R. A. Lenchewski, B. Mercer,
L. Sargent. L. Prentice Row 2: Mr. MacDonald. D. Dolan, S. Skehan, C. Flanagan, D. Rogers, H. Kingsland, L. Whipple, M.
Anderson. P. Arnold, D. LeDoux, L. Hooper, P. Hill, P. Prentice Row 3: M. Bailey, E. Singer, S. Stovold, M. Pearson, N. Croluis,
G. LeBeau, V. Rose, N. Whipple, S. Fink, C. Wheelwright, J. Rancore, M. Nisula, S. Mclntvre Row 4: S. Morrison, D. Edmin-
ster, P. Burke, J. Burgess, J. Burke. P. Blocmfield. C. Davis, L. Allen. D. Reese. W. Bates, P. Flint, L. O'Donnell Row 5: J.
Crosby. E. Crosby, M. O'Donnell. C. Jackman, D. Kingsland, P. Hitt. G. Boyt. T. Berry. N. Edminster, J. Coddry, V. Morrison,
Sincere friendship was my first im-
pression of Cohasset, and because of
this I will always remember its people.
From the moment I met the Whipples,
my friends, and the town's people, I
knew that this year would be unforget-
table. With the help of my family,
teachers, and friends, my English im-
proved, and soon everything became
easier. I have enjoyed this year in Co-
hasset more than I thought I possibly
could. I love my country, Uruguay, but
now I feel part American and I hesi-
tate to leave.
I think that to say only "thank you"
is insufficient to express my gratitude.
I hope that I have been able to pay
back just a part, if not the whole, of
what I owe so many friends.
party girl — Rose Anne
Back home in Montevideo
"My brother Enrique — work-
ing for the first time!
With AFS'ers in
'My mother and father of Uruguay"
During my year in Chile I saw that life
is not a new car, a college degree, or "the
right friends", but sincere relationships and
a genuine attempt for personal and interna-
tional harmony. Chile is not noted for its
luxurious living or industrial interests, but
instead for its kind people and untouched
I would like to thank the Cohasset Chap-
ter of the American Field Service and all
the people of Cohasset for having made pos-
sible my representation to a country rela-
tively unknown to most Americans.
Guess which one is the American tourist
Seated: L. McWilliams, (. Flanagan, N. Whipple, V. Morrison, B. Phippen, E. Singer, S. Scott, D. Casey, M. Hubbard, P.
Singer. Standing: L, Fitzpatrick, G. Savage, H. Mitchell, G. Carraher, C. Ford, A. Leonard, E. Mercer, R. Lenchewski, S. Boyt, S.
Towle, D. Reese, M. Bailey
JUMOR/ CLASSICAL LEAGUE
Seated I to r: C. Tibbets, T. Marks, M. Bailey, J. Burke, E. Harkness, M. O'Donnell, K. Tousley, A. Hathaway, E. Singer, B.
Phippen, Row 2: D. Talarico, R. Stanton, P. Prentice, C. Bailey, S. Stovold, P. Bloomfield, J. Polito, J. Rancore, P. Singer
Row 3: D. Cambria, D. O'Connell, S. Morrison, R. Bates, S. Burns, M. Martin, B. McClellan, J. Crosby, B. Reynolds, E. Crosby,
H. Mitchell, Row 4: C. Donovan, J. Olwell, C. Haberstroh, R. O'Hayre, J. Peterson, P. Cifrino, W. Hanlon
Sealed I to r: D. Collins, D. Casey, P. Dowding, N. Croluis, L. O'Donnell (Pres.), C. Flint, P. Flint, L. Mulhern, L. Fortier
Row 2: E. Fitzpatrick, D. Dolan, D. O'Connell, D. Burns, S. Leonard, L. Fortier, J. Marks, K. Bailey, P. Arnold Row 3: L. Sar-
gent, J. Merrick, V. Rose, L. Hooper, E. Kelleher, B. Soule, B. Fink, M. Greene, S. Devin Row 4: G. McEwan, S. Reddy, S.
Mclntvre, V. Barnes, R. A. Lenchewski, H. Hall, E. Varunes, N. Edminster, J. Simpson
Seated I to r: P. Hill, P. Prentice, M. Hubbard, P. Calorio (Treasurer), C. Mulcahy (Secretary), B. Colpitts (President), C. Jack-
man (V. President), S. Skehan, M. Ingram, S. McCormick, B. Hooper Row 2: B. McClellan, D. Dolan, C. Flanagan, L. Hooper,
M. Bailey, M. Pearson, D. Talarico, J. Shannon, L. McWilliams, J. Emmanuello, D. Edminster, T. Watson, S. Fink, H. Mitchell
Row 3: C. Wheelwright, J. Rancore, M. Nisula, S. Jenks, D. O'Connell, C. Davis, P. Bloomfield, S. Devin, P. Burke, S. Towle,
A. Leonard, H. White Row 4: S. Mclntyre, L. Emmanuello, J. Boyer, J. Burgess, P. Dowding, D. Byrnes, S. Bohmer, L. Mulhern,
D. Reese, E. Varunes Row 5: W. Bates, B. Reynolds, D. Flint, P. Flint, B. Mercer, S. Boyt, R. A. Lenchewski, D. Woomer,
R. Bates, L. O'Donnell, J. Burke, K. Elliot, J. Corrdry
Seated 1 to r: J. Henderson, P. Laugelli, N. Smalzel, J. Dussosoit, T. Berry, C. Mulcahy, J. Emmons, H. Carmody Row 2: Mr.
Raccuia, J. Hobbs, S. Aroner, L. Faran, B. Reardon, P. Burke, E. McAuliffe, K. Bailey, S. Fink, C. Wheelwright, J. Boyer,
Row 3: S. Stovold, D. Talarico, D. Woomer, A. Poland, T. Watson, S. Pratt, J. Rancore, L. Prescott, S. Devin, P. Flint, W. Bates
Sealed L. to R. K. Tousley, S. Stovold, M. Ingram, S. Scott, S. Jenks, J. Burke, L. Hooper, C. Flint, H. Mitchell, P. Flint, J. Ran-
core, M. Martin, B. Bloomfield. Row 2: A. Whitcomb, K. Benedict, C. Turner, L. McWilliams, D. Dolan, M. Duggan, A. Hathe-
way, P. Singer, H. Kingsland, K. Mulcahy, S. McCormick, L. Prentice, M. Wilcoxson, B. Phippen. Row 3: Mrs. Phipps, P. Pren-
tice, N. Sencabaugh, S. Gardner, C. Gates, J. Skehan, J. Boyer, A. Poland, P. Burke, M. Grimes, D. Edminster, J. Neagle, M. An-
derson, S. Williams. Row 4: E. Soule, M. Greene, M. Higgins, D. Reese, V. Morrison, E. Varunes, J. Corddry, B. Reynolds, J. Cros-
by, L. Allen, B. Mercer, D. Flint, A. Wood. Row 5: J. McCarthy, E. Crosby, R. McEwan, J. Keefe, J. Simpson, J. Colpitts, C. Dona-
van, B. McGoodwin, M. McGoodwin, C. Muir, V. Nardo. Row 6: D. Mitchell, J. Henderson, P. Murray, J. Kerr, G. Chamberlain,
K. Libby, P. Hitt, D. Kingsland.
GIRtS GLEE CLUB
Seated L. to R. S. McCormick, B. Scott, M. Duggan, P. Singer, M. Wilcoxson, J. Nardo, J. Polito, B. Phippen. Row 2: K. Benedict,
C. Turner, K. Smith, D. Gioncardi, K. Stanton, A. Hathaway, P. Prentice, K. Mulcahy, Mrs. Phipps Row 3: M. Cifrino, B. Keegan,
D. Edminster, V. Morrison, J. McCarthy, S. Scott, S. Williams, H. White, A. Whitcomb. 77
JUNIOR. U\GU ART OUB
Sealed L. to R. S. Smith, J. Emmons, H. Carmody, D. MacLean, N. Wood, L. Smith, N. Keegan, L. Henderson, G. Bilodeau Row 2:
Mr. Pearson, B. Emmons, D. Emmons, D. Deal, M. Delaney, S. Young, D. Prescott, A. Duggan, M. Greggs Row 3: B. Carraher, R.
Tosi, J. Anderson, M. Goodwin, S. Wetzler, B. Balleste, B. Joseph
Row 1: P. Dowding, N. Crolius, J. Olwell, D. O'Connell, B. Enders Row 2: S. Bohmer,
L. Mulhern, D. Byrnes
JUNIOR/ HIGH DRAMATIC CLUB
Seated L. to R. C. Day, N. Rose, S. Smith, J. McLaughlin, J. Barstow, N. Wood, H. Rautiala, A. Duggan, M. Ahearn, P. Hall, K.
Haskell Row 2: A. Tyeryar, A. Buckley, D. Prescott, E. Fielding, B. Carraher, S. Luckey, K. Souther, M. Koed, M. Burke, K. Cod-
dington, B. Joseph, Row 3: L. Chesworth, A. Burns, K. Devin, A. Corddry, W. McPherson, C. Marks, N. Murray, R. Josi, L. Palm-
78 iter Row 4: P. Devin, M. Grayken, D. McLean, S. Nelson, E. Gjesteby, J. Cifrino, P. Orwell
L. To R., D. Reese, J. Corddry, T. Corddry, M. Pearson, Mr. Thompson
SlAGE CREW AV-CJLVB
Seated: G. Stanton, Mr. Plante Standing: T. Hall, D. Hassan,
1st row: W. Woomer, E. Goff, Mr. Hughes 2nd row: D.
Merrick, T. Hall, K. Thayer, 3rd row: D. Hassan, G. Stanton,
JUMOR, U\GU BjOND
First row, I. to r. C. Smullen, K. Haskell, B. Fielding, S. Smith, A. Duggan, L. Macklin, A. Corddry, C. Nast, N. Wood, N.
Keegan, M. Allen. Second row I. to r. Mr. Rodgers, L. Smith, D. Whitcombe, J. Talarico, P. Guilfoyle, S. Henry, J. Hunt,
C. Fink, P. Zook, A. Lehr, C. Jones, S. Hassan, S. Settino, R. Guilfoyle, R. Green. 3rd row I. to r C. Barstow, R. Tosi, E. Pear-
son, B. James, C. Ketcham, T. Patrolia, D. Quigley, M. Mahoney, P. Berry, J. Barrie, F. Richards, L. Palmiter, P. Laney.
SENIOR/ U\GU BAND
Seated: L. Bloomfield, N. Murray, P. Hobbs, K. Jones, L. Whipple, G. Hooper, M. A. Bailey, D. Smith, S. Burns, B. Keegan,
D. Talarico Standing: Mr. Rodgers, D. Brennock, J. Small, E. Harkness, W. McDonald, T. Carlson, T. Jones, D. LeDoux, D.
Simeone, R. Whipple.
Seated: Miss Coultrip, Miss Sullivan, Miss Leonard Standing: Mr. Reade, Mr. Collins, Miss Pincus, Miss Duncan, Mr. MacDonald,
Seated: Mr - D'Girolamo
Standing: Mrs. O'Neil
Mr. Nash, Mr. Franey, Mr. Gervais. Mr. Granr. Mr. Erbe. Mr. Thompson
Mr. Emanuello, Mr. Hernan, Mr. Barrow. Mr. Stover
Mr. Goyette. Mr. Sorrentino, Mr. Stover, Mr. Brennock. Mr. Corbett. Mr. Marks
THOMAS CORDDRY ROBERT HALL
Bausch and Lomb Harvard Book Award
jane McCarthy Catharine jackman karen kiley
AND ROBERT HALL Student Government Day D.A.R, GOOD CITIZEN
Girl's State — Boys' State Representative
Kevin Libby, Vice-President; Dick Kingsland, President; Kathy Mulcahy, Secretary:
Maureen O'Donneli, Treasurer
Seated I to r: S. McCormick, L. Fortier, L. Campbell, C. Ford, E Kelleher, G. Carraher, D. Infusino, M. Anderson. Row 2:
Mr. Reade, G. McEwan. S. Fink, W. Bates, S. Morrison, C. Flint. Row 3: S. Pattyson, D. Orr, J. Hobbs, F. Nardo.
Seated I to r: K. Mulcahy, P. Arnold, C. Pratt, J. Rancore, S. Towle, S. Burns, E. Reardon, E. Fitzpatrick. Row 2: Mr. Mac-
Donald, C. Wheelwright, H. Mitchell, L. O'Donnell, S. Waaser, E Varunes. G. Logan. Row 3: J. Simpson, M. Luckey, R.
O'Hayre, P. Walsh, G. Boyt, N. Edminster, J. Vecchione, O. Martin.
Seated I to r: P. Hill, L. Mulhern, A. Noonan, K. Tousley, K. Davis, S. Gardner, S. Leonard, C. Raymond. Row 2: M. Kelleher,
E. Souther, J. Corddry, C. Donovan, R. Whipple, W. Protulis, J. Nardo. Row 3: S. Williams, J. Fitzpatrick, D. Hassan, J. Peter-
son, D. Chase, C. Haberstroh.
Seated I to r: S. Smith, G. LeBeau, L. Fortier, J. Merrick, D. Byrnes, N. Crolius, A. Whitcomb, C. Polito. Row 2: J. Goodine,
J. Skehan, J. Marks, K. Talarico, M. Grimes, E. Crosby, T. Butler. Row 3: R. Towle, S. Parks, J. Hagan, R. Henn, T. Maher.
Row 1: S. Gray, J. Henderson, \V. Kerr, S. Stovold, S. Reddy, J. Olwell, K. Walsh, P. Singer Row 2: P. Burke, P. Bloomfield,
J. Gleason, L. Emanuel lo, J. Thompson, J. Thomas, Miss Young Row }: D. Reddie, B. McGoodwin, S. Richards, R. Leach, P.
Buckley, J. Colpitts.
Row 1: M. Wilcoxson, A. Hathaway, J. Emanuello. J. Ashjian. J. Hirsh, P. Prentice, M. Collins, T. Spinzola Row 2: A.
Leonard, A. Vecchione, M. Pearson. T. Watson, M. Goodrich, J. Feran, W. Judd, D. LeDoux, Mr. Dunn Row 3: R. James,
D. Freedman, P. Murray, G. Dormitzer, C. Smith. S. Luscombe, W. Keating. R. Snowdale.
Seated I to r: D. Smith, D. Edminister, E. Hill, L. Cogill, L. Blair, C. Kurt/, L. Whipple, J. Nardo. Row 2: L. Congdon, D.
Williams, J. White, B. McClellan, S. Day, M. Risso, M. McCormick. Row 3: C. Turner, C. Jones, B. MacDonald, K. Thayer,
B. Tilden, D. Goodwin, L. Laidlaw.
Seated I to r: K. Martin, H. Kingsland, N. Yocum, J. Gile, J. Souther, D. Gioncardi, M. White, C. Rowe Row 2: C. Spalt, D.
Rogers, B. Keegan, A. Donze, P. Tusing, M. Calorio, G. Cramer Row 3: W. Nickerson, J. Kiley, T. Cifrino, T. Carlson, D.
Seated I to r: C. Cashin, C. Marks, A. Maree, J. Shannon, K. Smith, C. Tibbetts, M. Duggan, N. Damon Row 2: K. Bongio-
vanni, D. Talarico, M. Martin, L. Ripley, A. Burns, J. Emanuello, D. Anderson, L. Esposito, M. Brown, D. Bartlett, F. Keod
Row 1: B. James, M. Joyce, K. Martin, M. Ahearn, P. Hall, D. Quigley, J. Reese, J. Small, L. Palmiter, L. Tousley, C. Marks,
T. Hathaway, J. Towle, Row 2: B. Butman, R. Stauss, R. Tosi, S. Henny, T. Patrolia, L. Macklin, S. Young, B. Carraher,
S. Clarke, R. Green, M. Casey, P. Fiori, C. Ketcham, Row 3: S. Wetzler, L. Pape, E. O'Neil, C. Davis, C. Hernan, M. Allen,
C. Ray, G. Ajam. S. Whisnand, R. Grinnell, R. Butman, R. Kiley, N. Murray, Row 4: P. Berry, L. Kleinz, M. Shamon, K. Spalt,
J. Gile, J. Hagan. R. Dockendorff, M. Mahoney, J. Silvia, R. Wilmore, D. Gordon, R. Cambria, A. Coblentz, Row 5: P. Bilodian,
E. Trayers, R. Grisdale, R. Rancore, C. Oliver, M. Burke, J. Cifrino, P. Baccani, J. Banil, R. Thompson, B. Emmons, M. Nealy,
D. Knowles, Row 6: B. Lawlor, E. Turner, E. Hoffman, K. Souther, D. Green, K. Coddington, D. Higgins, S. Luhickey, M.
Pratt, J. Salyards, B. Bates, M. Goodwin, Row 7: G. Carzer, G. Baker, R. Sargent, N. Floresu, A. Burns, J. Anderson, N. Chase,
C. Jones, K. Winston, M. Delaney, J. Talarico, Row 8: S. Spinola, M. Grimes, F, Libby, L. Sorrentino, P. Perroncello, J.
McKinnell, F. Isaacs, D. Allen, B. Dowding, E. Balleste Row 9: M. Maher, P. Laney, G. Habestroh, C. Bartlett, C. Smullen,
S. Grayken, B. Keefe, V. Watkins, E. Fielding Row 10: C. Walsh, S. Marsh, L, Hender A. Dickson, C. Barstow, P. Olwell,
Row 1: F Pearson, R. Ritter, I. Stone, B. LeBeau, L. McDonald, M. Rautial, S. Smith, R. Kelleher, R. Goff, S. Nelson, D.
Saldi, M. Silvia, S. Timpany, Row 2: K. Rhodes, A. Stammers, V. Madge, J. McLaughlin, A. Tyer>ar, J. Ainslie, C. Williams,
G. Biladeau, L. Clapp, S. Sullivan, M. Geiger, D. Deal, M. Kold, Row 3: C. Hunt, B. Keating, J. Litchfield, J. Emmons, P.
Rose, J. Plank, P. Rutledge, N. Smalzel, J. Buckley, R. Goodine, T. O'Connell, S. Brandt, R. Patrolia Row 4: A. Lehr, P.
Laugelle, S. Settino, M. Grayken, P. Devin, L. Pattyson, C. O'Donnell, L. Rowe, L. Varunes, L. Allen, M. Lonergan, C. Cockrer,
D Hill/ Row 5: N. Wood, N. Keegan, D. Matteson, J. McPherson, F. Richards, S. Hassan, P. Kurtz, D. Davis, C. Fink, J.
Hunt, E. Gjesteby, L. Smith Row 6: D. Emmons, J. Higgins, D. Davis, T. Macklin, R. Graham, B. Wood, N. Antoine,
B. Joseph. L. Chesworth. A. Duggan. T. Hanlon, Row 7: T. Cogill, J. Cogill, T. Cifrino, B. Judd, V. Sestito, D. MacLean, P.
Zook, C. Pierce, T. Sinopoli, S. Killinger, Row 8: M. Golden, J. Barstow, K. Haskell, S. Turner, E. Buckley, N. Rose, J. Gates,
L. Spinzola, R. Reddy, Row 9: D. O'Donnell, B. Taylor, N. Wood, N. Sullivan, P. Mitchell, R. White, M. Harrington, C.
Patrolia. Row 10: D. Graham, R. Stoddard, F. Broderick, A. Murphy
The Class of 1966! Gee, it seems like only yesterday. Here it is fifteen years since I graduated from Cohasset
High School. With keen anticipation I walk briskly toward the elevator of the old Prudential Tower. Class Presi-
dent Middleton McGoodwin, in grey suit with vest, with Betsy Mercer at his side, stands greeting old classmates
on the 52nd floor. I'm not surprised to learn that he is a lawyer now — he'd always had a talent for talking in circles!
Vice-President Patti Calorio has two boys now and she's going to send them both to Boston College. Even though
Dave is meeting with Rochester Alumni in New York, Kathy Jackman, Class Secretary, is with us tonight. I'd heard
treasurer Deborah Casey taught math at Cohasset High before she was married.
Moving through the crowd
I've spotted the "Big Six" sit-
ting at the round table dis-
cussing — what else — nights as
always. Vincent Nardo makes
a toast to Dennis Libby, proud
father of nine boys. The
sight of the Cleveland Browns
and Craig Muir, brought back
memories of that victory over
Hull in 1965. John Marsh,
between spasms of laughter,
is trying to sell one of his
Fords at Dudley Motors, to
Robert Jackson, President of
TWA. Bob insists that with
his jets, who needs a Ford !
Actor Paul Verrochi left his
seat on "What's My Line" to
be at our reunion, and is pres-
ently surrounded by auto-
graph seekers and old friends
like artist Kathy Elliot. The
reason I never tune in to
Paul's show is that Tom Cord-
dry's "Puns for all Ages"
shares, the same time. In a
paisley ascot, linen shirt, and
tweed jacket, Bob Hall stands
casually discussing the powder
blue interior of his Rolls
Royce with Carol Gates, cura-
tor of an antique car museum
in New York. Incidentally
Bob made his millions as man-
ager and substitute lead sing-
er for the Stones. Craig Sim-
eone, Ralph Fisher, Richard
Smullen, and Danny McCIary,
dressed in black leather jack-
ets, have parked their Harley's
in the lobby. This is an ad-
vertising gimmick for "Angel
jackets," soon to be put on
the market. Our other class
artist, Paul Smith, works for
the Ed Roth Auto Syndicate
drawing eerie drag-monsters
on t-shirts. Edward Harkness,
now owner of Taylor Publish-
ing Company in Cohasset for
yearbook publications, is ob-
viously trying to make a deal
with Brian Sawchuk of Botch
Tape Inc. Secretaries Donna
Nardo and Linda McWilliams
are standing in bewilderment
as Heather Gillespie and Rose-
anne Lenchweski converse in
Spanish about Latin American
affairs. Donna Flint, Anne.
Wiggins, and Pam Pattyson
tell me that they have opened
a Bergson's on Fifth Avenue
so they can eat lunch in style.
Max Factor hasn't been the
same since Anna hit NYC.
The hat check girl, Miss
Burke, is counting the suede
caps worn by the old "Out
Crowd" — Billy Mulhern, Bil-
ly Donovan, Postmaster, Al-
len Keating, Pilot Joyce, and
Justin Joseph. They have
opened a self-service store
across the street from Simon's.
Mark Salvador's Lobster Com-
pany keeps his fleet busy.
Gretchen Baker and the Cogill brothers are still living the rustic life in Beechwood, one of the last areas of the
South Shore with country atmosphere. Suzanne Cogill and Dotty Damon are married and are living in the big
city, metropolitan Cohasset. Barbara Phippen and MaryAnn Bailey are just leaving for a rehearsal at Symphony
Hall. Mrs. Phipps must be very proud of her girls. I found Dr. Doreen Reese and Karen Kiley, R.N., discussing
hospital experiences with Debbie Dolan, head nurse at Mass. General. A small explosion causes a moment of alarm.
Brad Royer is experimenting with freshly made firecrackers in the punch bowl. Advertising consultant Cristopher
Butler can't help giving Brad a beastly look. Bill Hobbs and Mike Savage have handed me their best seller — "Is
i.omework a Necessity". Teachers Rachel Bates and Sue Skehan have been in heated arguments with the co-authors
most of the evening. Casual conversation has reached mild chaos, disturbing placid industrialists Mark Aroner, Joe
Fitzpatrick, and Kevin O'Brien. If only the top of the Hub used the trio's acoustical system which insures com-
plete silence. While Marc mumbles his silent guarantee, Joe quietly takes an order for 50 sq. yds. from florist Rose-
marie Sestito. She reveals to us that her secret of raising the best flowers is to grow them in peace and quiet.
Mark Reardon, mild mannered reporter for a large metropolitan newspaper, is in Sarasota, Florida, covering the
National Horse Show. Classmates Sally Jenks and Martha Ingram are there taking advantage of the southern hos-
pitality while showing their prize horses.
June Rautiala, Jane McCarthy, Barbara Stoddard and Judy Marks jointly own the A & P on 3A. Bill Rhodes and
Larry James have had hoards of customers at their gas station since Polly Malley, Betsy Fink, and Maureen Green
built a hotel near the site of Hugo's Shack. It's called the Fink Hilton, I believe.
Jean Burgess, noted for her gay parties in Manhattan, slips through the crowd in a satin sheath. She is no doubt
getting the latest fashion news from ex-models Julie Lawlor and Betty Colpitts or laughing about old times at
U. of North Carolina with college classmate Nancy Whipple. Linda Allen, Cindy Flanagan, and Valerie Morri-
son are sitting at the far table listening to Sue Boyt's experiences as wife of an all-America football star. Peter and
Paul Coletti and John Isabelle are coaching a new breed of Olympic track stars that are running the mile in under
three minutes, according to Vic Pimentel, CBS sportscaster. Captain Ben Hagan is dressed in his uniform and talk-
ing with Rod Martin, a partner in the Charles Atlas Body Builders, Inc. I think that's patrolman Larry Fortier lis-
tening carefully to every word Rod says.
Let's see who I have missed. So many people are here now that it's hard to keep track of all the names and
faces. I got the news that Betty Soule is still abroad with the Peace Corps, and Connie Lane and Sue Taylor are
working as interpreters in the Mozambique Bonnie Club, Kenya. Realtor Mary Goodfellow is busy with clients and re-
grets that she can't make it. I think Debbie LaDoux is teaching algebra in Darien, Connecticut. Lynda Prentice
wrote to say she'd be here but it's Greg Jr.'s parent's weekend at St. Lawrence.
My wrist is so tired from shaking hands and my feet won't last another minute. Well, I'm certainly not seventeen
anymore even though I feel it. Blonde European socialite, Mary Nisula called to me as I walked towards the door,
"The evening's young, darling!" My car was waiting so I waved and answered, "See you at the next reunion."
The staff gratefully acknowledges its debt to the many persons who have aided in the preparation of the 1966
We wish to thank Mr. Torrey Capo for his action photographs during the football season, and Mr. Wayne
Sawchuck for action shots of the Hull football game, basketball candids, and hockey pictures. The Staff thanks
Purdy Co., official photographer for the Class of 1966, for activity, organization, and class photos. And, for the
seasonal scenes, we wish to express our gratitude to Mr. R. Leslie Reed.
Mr. Devoe, Taylor Publishing Company's Regional Representative, receives a very special thank you from the
Staff. His expert advice and extreme patience were the main reason we were able to meet each and every deadline.
Mrs. Wunschel, as yearbook advisor, is responsible for every page which goes to press. Her job of organizing
the book was the most important of all. It is with sincere appreciation that we acknowledge our advisor.
Special recognition goes to staff member Kathy Elliott for her cover design, to Vinnie Nardo for his success
in selling subscriptions last Fall, to Sue Boyt for her coverage of classes, to Joanne Burke for the Prophecy, to
Bob Hall, advertising editor, and to Staff Secretary Donna Nardo for her endless hours at the typewriter.
The Class of 1966 and the TESSAHOC Staff appreciates the guidance of Senior Class Advisors Miss Nelson,
Mr. Sheehan, and Mr. Erbe.
THE YEARBOOK STAFF 1966 TESSAHOC: Mrs. Wunschel, advisor
(absent: Bob Hall, Betsy Hooper)
Oscar C. Johnson, O.D.
Francis X. Mahoney, D.D.S.
William G. Matteson, D.D.S.
Robert J. McNulty, O.D.
Robert D. Monsees, M.D.
Carl E. Pipes, D.M.D.
Howard Reid, M.D.
Robert J. Riley, D.M.D.
Robert H. Sceery, D.M.D.
Edward H. Seadale, D.M.D.
Richard B. Singer, M.D.
Richard R. Smith, M.D.
William D. Crosby
Clinton T. Crolius
James R. DeGiacomo
Daniel F. Featherstone, Jr.
Irwin M. Golden
Richard D. Leggat
David E. Place
William H. Taylor, Jr.
J. Blake Thaxter
William D. Weeks
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Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Allen
Mr. and Mrs. William Lawor
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bailey
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Libby
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Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bates
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marks
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Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Boyt
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Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Marsh
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Mr. and Mrs. Winston Burgess
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGoodwin
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Mr. and Mrs. 1 nomas h. Burke
Mrs. William C. McKay
Mr. and Mrs. P. Calono
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Mrs. Mabel McWilliams
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Mr. and Mrs. George Casey
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mercer
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Clarke
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Mr. and Mrs. feeorge Muir
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Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cleverly
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Mr. and Mrs. James Nardo
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Mrs. Florence Gogill
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Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nardo
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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Golletti
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nisula
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Mr. and Mrs. btewart Colpitts
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Mr. Neil O Brien
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Dolan
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donovan
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Mr. and Mrs. Victor rimentel
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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert blhot
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Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Prentice
Mr. and Mrs. John J. ntzpatnck
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Mr. and Mrs. Norbert B. Reardon Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flanagan
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Reese
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hint
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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Salvador
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gates
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Mr. and Mrs. Kent M. bavage
Mr. and Mrs. James Gillespie
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Mr. and Mrs. Michael bawchuck
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Mr. and Mrs. John F. Greene
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Mr. and Mrs. David bcott
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Mrs. Benjamin Hagan Jr.
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis bimeone
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Mr. and Mrs. Eben Hall
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Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. bmger
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harkness
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Mr. and Mrs. James N. bkehan
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Mr. and Mrs. William Hobbs
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Mr. and Mrs. George t. boule
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Mr. and Mrs. William Hooper
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Mr. and Mrs. Gerard btanton
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Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Ingram
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles btoddard
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor
Mr. and Mrs. John Jackman
Mr. and Mrs. Guido Verrochi
Mr. and Mrs. Norman F. James
Mr. and Mrs. David Whipple
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jenks
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wiggins
Mr. and Mrs. T. Gerard Keating
Early New England Interiors
Furniture Kits For
Fabrics and Accessories
Visit Our Showroom
Open 9 to 5
Good Luck to the Class
THE SCITUATE CLEANERS
North Scituate, Mass.
360 Gannett Road
North Scituate, Mass.
777 Country Way
North Scituate, Mass.
LI 5-0275 EV 3-1920
DANIEL J. GAITINGS, JR.
NORTH SCITUATE, MASS.
LOUIS C. BAILEY, JR., INC.
Compressor Work and Blasting —
308 KING STREET, COHASSET
O.B.— the Undertaker
Class of 1966???
Sudsy's Card Partner
27 South Main Street
23 South Main Street
23 South Main Street
but also there's
quite a bit
794 Country Way
No. Scituate, Mass.
Tel. Scituate 545-2092
No. Scituate 545-101 I
Route 3A — Tedeschis
The Only Direct
Kodak Processing In
15 Ripley Road
D. S. CAMPBELL
50 South Main Street
In the Village
ARTHUR AND VIRGINIA HUNT
HARDWARE CO., INC.
Hardware — Housewares
40 South Main
Good Luck Class
GEORGE H. MEALY
BEST OF LUCK
CLASS OF 1966
FRED R. BURNSIDE
Interior Decorating —
THE first topless sun-
I wanna hold your hand!!
Take me to your leader!
At The End Of The Rain-
AUSTIN L AHERN
Tedeschi's Shopping Center
THE LINEN CHEST
'Specialists in South Shore Real Estate"
JACK CONWAY, INC.
383-1800 Route 3A, Cohasset
151 So. Main St.
"Good Luck, Class
PAUL ST. JOHN,
DOMINICK AND JERRY
26 South Main
volley . .
"Hey, aren't those girls
playing football out
That Fink on the end.
"Welcome to the Junior
Class car wash."
"Grr. This better be the
Route 3A Cushing Plaza
235 Hull Street
* * OPEN EVENINGS * *
23 Main Street
Orders to Take Out
Pizza and Submarines
Sales — Service
Route 3A, Cohasset— 383-0576
OTIS HALL, INC.
"The Best in Men's
52 South St. Hingham
WALTER N. ALLEGRO
61 South St.
WARREN B. NOBLE— Rl 9-0588
HARBOR LIQUOR STORE
' 97 Elm Street
383-9393 Cohasset, Mass.
FREDERIC HYLAND TILDEN,
HYLAND & McGAW
Carpenters and Builders
FRED'S GULF SERVICE
Best of Luck
to Class of
CHARLES F. PAPE
94 King Street
FROST AND CALDWELL
. . . and one more Mus-
tang makes $%&#$
"Some car wash we had
today" — ohh —
"Don't bother me — Can't
you see I'm tired?"
"Where's the action?'
Where's the colce?
"Help — no — not that"
CUSHING PLAZA RAMBLER
Sales and Service
31 Station St. Hingham
CONVENIENCE FOOD STORE
8 A.M. To 9 P.M.
For Your Convenience
52 South Main Street
Eleanor Collins and
5 South Main Street
(Rocco W. Rosano)
325 N. Main St. 383-1234
Real Estate Insurance
J. P. CUNNIFF
Cushing Plaza , Cohasset
165 Hull St., Cohasset
"I just flunked another
"Finally caught, eh Den-
TOWLE ELECTRICAL COMPANY,
5 Brook St. Cohasset Village
General Electric Sales and Service
Phone 383-0036 Est. 1921
GEORGE M. LORING
64 South Street
LIDO TRAVEL, INC.
DONALD FLOCKE, President
Cushing Plaza, Route 3 A
Headquarters for Every
Cushing Plaza — 3A Cohasset
Best of Luck
to the Class
Cushing Plaza — Cohasset
Good Luck to Class
120 Elm St.
MANUAL A. MARKS
Is this good or should
Try it again and P
After the Hull game.
She's not too bad!
"Say that again and I'
TRADITIONAL CLOTHING FOR
MEN & WOMEN
One Stage Coach Way,
THE TREASURE SHOP, INC.
27 Station Street
Best of Luck to
the Class of '66
Mon.— Sat. 9:00—9:00
J. L. WADSWORTH
L. L. WADSWORTH
J. R. REARDON
OFFICE AND CHAPEL
Norwell, Mass. 02061
Area Code 617
I Summer Street,
Cohasset, Mass. 02025
Chief Justice Cushing Way-Rte 3-A
FORD FALCON MUSTANG
THUNDERBIRD FORD TRUCKS
SALES AND SERVICE
340 Gannett Road
"For the Finest in Foods
and Choice Liquors"
COHASSET, MASS. ROUTE 3-A 383-9616
Tough, but fun.
Still there after a year.
Long time ago.
Cute little Bobbie-ee
You can make it, John."
"Ya seen Ed around?"
ARTHUR L CLARK
Plumbing and Heating
OIL BURNER AND GAS HEATING INSTALLATION
175 HULL ST., COHASSET
the Class of 1966
South Main Street
Five Stage Coach Way
The 1704 Air Conditioned
Main St. Cohasset Village 383-1704
MEMBER OF CARTE BLANCHE
GOOD LUCK TO THE
CLASS OF '66
The 6-million volt nuclear
View from Libby's
Summer at the bobsled
'Please let us win.
da AT 1— 1 A. 1 li IMG
CLIFFORD J DICKSON
18 1 upelo Koad
Hingham Plaza Mass.
Good Luck to Class